Although Apostle Paul could have asked the church for money to support his work of ministry, he did not make use of that privilege. Why didn’t he? The reason is because he saw the value in being self-sufficient in his ministry. He’d rather work to support himself and others, than to ask support from the church, and so he worked as a tentmaker. (Reference: 1 Corinthians 9)
Today, many of us have work, school, and other obligations to friends, family, and the people around us. But like Paul, we have the strong desire to serve and to carry out the work of a missionary.
We can be missionaries exactly where we are.
But there’s something else we need. Training.
Bible training is the most essential part of becoming a missionary. It provides a solid foundation for understanding the teachings of the faith, equips future missionaries with the tools they need to overcome challenges, promotes personal growth and spiritual development, increases cultural awareness, and helps build strong relationships with others. Bible training is crucial for anyone who wants to become a successful and effective missionary and make a positive impact in the world.
The best way to get a sense of what the program entails and how it can benefit you is to meet with one of our experienced missionaries.
Our missionaries would be happy to answer any questions you have, provide more information about the program, and share their own experiences of serving others. They’ll be able to offer you a personal perspective on the opportunities and challenges of missionary work, and help you determine if the program is right for you.
Meeting with one of our missionaries is a low-pressure, no-commitment way to learn more about the program and determine if it’s the right fit for you. Whether you’re just exploring your options or ready to take the next step in your spiritual journey, we’d love to hear from you.